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Submitted news from area church services conducted Sunday, Dec. 28, 2014:

Gallatin First Christian

On Wed., Dec. 24, we held our annual candlelight service with music by Sue Bird and the Praise Team. The Advent reading and lighting of the Christ candle was done by Cody and Joanna Bird family. Pastor Russ Hamilton read Luke 2:15-20 and delivered a message, “Wrapping.” Communion was shared with all, candles were handed out

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Resolved in 2015

by Pastor Steve Ellison

January 1 is a day like any other day. There is really nothing special about it to set it apart from any other day of the year. However, it does provide a reminder to evaluate our lives and resolve to make beneficial changes.

One area of life comes to mind in which most of us are in desperate need of resolve. I am amazed at the

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Joining Hands with the Creator

It’s just a board, about 6 inches wide and 30 inches long. To me, it’s among the best I have. For some time now, I have been looking at it. My wife gave me a new saw for Christmas; since shop tools are among my favorite gifts; and I’ve been thinking what I might make from this board.

ShepherdCalls_WPIt’s a special piece. It is walnut, a beautiful wood to admire

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Church News

Submitted news from area church services conducted Sunday, Dec. 21, 2014:

Altamont United Methodist

Lighting of the Advent candles was done by James Wilson and Beverly Hunter. The Christmas story was presented by Laurie Roll. Pastor Marilyn gave a Christmas thought. Several enjoyable Christmas specials were given, musicals, instrumentals, and readings. Everyone was happy to play the choir bells, young and old to the son of “The Bells of St.

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Words from a Shepherd

A simple shepherd — that’s all I am,ShepherdCalls_WP

With shepherd friends resting

on the ground thinking.

Shepherding is sometimes boring.

The hills are rocky, the grass is short,

The streams are scattered far apart.

Perhaps this life is for those not smart.

 

Some shepherd friends have turned away.

They asked me if I plan to stay—

Eating poorly, chasing sheep.

They say the best shepherding

Is when you sleep.

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Merry Christmas, God With Us

by Pastor Steve Ellison

Heaven is being in the presence of God, nothing more and nothing less. All the other descriptions of heaven are simply window dressing. Nothing we count as good would satisfy us in eternity unless we are in the presence of God. Nothing we count as bad can spoil eternity if we have the presence of God.

The clear message of the Bible is that God is

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Church News

Submitted news from area church services conducted Sunday, Dec. 14, 2014:

Gallatin First Christian

Our 8:20 a.m. worship service began with opening songs by the Praise Team and Sue Bird. Pastor Russ and Theresa Hamilton presented a children’s message at both services. Pastor Russ read from 1 Thessalonians 5:16-24 and shared, “Faithful.” At the 10:50 a.m. service Kim Ness served as song leader, Beth Plotner played the organ, and Jeff

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Christmas Cultural Luncheon

CHILLICOTHE, MO — The Chillicothe Area Arts Council is sponsoring its annual Christmas Cultural Luncheon, from noon to 1 p.m., on Dec. 17, at the First Christian Church (900 Jackson Street). Lunch is served from noon to 12:25 in the church’s social hall, and from 12:30 – 12:55 a special program of sacred and popular Christmas music will be presented in the sanctuary by musicians Frosty Garr on

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Good Thinking: How Far to Bethlehem?

by Dr. Don Kuehle

Every year, thousands of people travel to Bethlehem to be a part of the Christmas crowd. They think, perhaps, that being in the very place where the Christ-child was born will make Him more real to them. Every year, millions of people do not get to travel to Bethlehem. Most of us have never stood with the faithful around the manger-bed. Most of us have

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